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Near Mistrial in David Bisard Case

Monday a juror revealed they "googled" information about blood alcohol testing machines online.
A near mistrial Monday morning in the David Bisard case.

The suspended Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer faces nine counts including drunk driving, reckless homicide, and criminal recklessness.

In 2010 he was involved in a crash that killed one person and critically injured two others.
   
Monday a juror revealed they "googled" information about blood alcohol testing machines online. 
   
They also shared that information with other members of the jury.
   
That juror was immediately dismissed from the case.

"The jury is only supposed to listen to the evidence during the trial and to the instructions that are given to them by the judge. They are not supposed to go outside the trial and get information on their own," Vigo County Prosecutor Terry Modesitt said.

This is the third juror to be dismissed in this case.
   
That leaves no other alternates available.
   
The jury is currently deliberating.

 
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